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Nuclear Reactor Vessel
2010-08-10 06:30
      You might wonder where all the energy is produced in a nuclear reactor and how massive amounts of energy are controlled and kept away from bursting open the entire facil… Read More
2010-07-26 19:01
   The nuclear reactor coolant is a substance used to remove heat from the nuclear reactor core. As nuclear reactions take place, the core heats up to enormous temperatures and to… Read More
Neutron Moderator
2010-07-25 18:23
     A piece sample of graphite.     In nuclear engineering, a neutron moderator is a medium that is used in order to reduce neutrons' speed, turning them… Read More
Nuclear Fuel
2010-07-25 13:53
    Nuclear fuel is a material that can be consumed in order to produce nuclear energy, whereas fossil fuel is burned for energy. Nuclear fuel in a nuclear fuel cycle can refer to… Read More
Types Of Nuclear Reactors
2010-07-11 13:25
    Photo by    There are several types of nuclear reactors, below I will describe some of them that are used today.    P… Read More
2010-07-10 16:14
     Photo by    A fission bomb, known also as the atomic bomb or the atom bomb, is a fission reactor designed to release as… Read More
2010-07-08 09:58
            Typical fission events release about two hundred million eV (200 MeV) of energy for each fission event. By contrast, most chemical oxidati… Read More
2010-07-08 09:40
    Nuclear fission can occur without neutron bombardment, as a type of radioactive decay. This type of fission (called spontaneous fission) is rare except in a few heavy isotopes… Read More
2010-07-08 09:29
    In nuclear physics and nuclear chemistry, nuclear fission is a nuclear reaction in which the nucleus of an atom splits into smaller parts (lighter nuclei), often producing free… Read More
2010-07-08 09:06
    The K-capture is a form of decay in which the closest electron in the electron cloud is captured by the nucleus. It will occur when there are too many protons in the nucleus of… Read More

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